Job Description :
Job Description:
The Security Architecture (Security Architect) team is part of the Technology & Operations Risk (TOR) organization.
The mission of the team is to protect the Firm by ensuring in-scope technologies built internally, products purchased and services used meet security requirements that include the Firm’s Policies, external guidelines, regulatory expectations, and appropriate controls in the areas of information security, secure design, and cyber security. We accomplish this mission via three primary services: architecture consulting, solutions consulting, and design review.
The Senior Security Architect is an internal consultant that is working on multiple security architecture engagements across the enterprise as either a single contributor, managing a dispersed team, or participating in a virtual team across business units.
The senior security architect works with team members (IT, Business, Suppliers, Stakeholders and Partners) globally to address Security Architect''s mission.
To be successful as a Senior Security Architect the candidate must have broad technology experience coupled with strong communication, influencing and time management skills.

A Senior Security Architecture Specialist has the following responsibilities:
Lead architecture consulting to construct Security Architectures for a business unit or infrastructure Technology team
Conduct risk assessment and provide technology risk/requirements to address risks identified.
Areas covered:
a) Authentication, Authorization, Auditing
b) Application Security: Session Security, Vulnerability/Penetration Testing items, Input Validation
c) Secure data transport and storage
Periodically review security reference architecture (security blueprints) and conduct updates/enhancements to guidance, policies, or other applicable reference materials
Participate in various Operational and Technology Risk governance processes
Lead, where applicable, a role in architecture review committees representing Security Architecture

Skills and Experience: Soft Skills Required:
Excellent communication skills: written, oral, presentation, listening
Ability to influence through factual reasoning
Time management: ability to handle multiple concurrent assessments, plan based deliverable management, strong follow up and tracking
Strong focus on delivery when presented with short timelines and increased involvement from senior management
Ability to adjust communication of technology risks VS business risks based on the audience
Ability to operate in multiple virtual teams, directly manage teams, or ability to operate as a sole-contributor

Security Architecture Skills Required:
In depth knowledge of application, network and platform security vulnerabilities.
Ability to explain vulnerabilities to developers
Experience in conducting Information Security, Security Architecture, Audit assessments. Presenting the outcomes of the assessment and obtaining buy in.
Strong focus on reviewing technical designs and functional requirements to identify areas of Security weakness.

The candidate must have working experience in the following application/network security domains:
Authentication: SAML, SiteMinder, Kerberos, OpenId
Entitlements and identity management
Data protection, data leakage prevention and secure data transfer and storage
App Security - validation checking, software attack methodologies
Cryptography: encryption and hashing

Desired Skills:
Knowledge of standard network model and the risks that present at each layer, the functions of network equipment such as switches, routers, firewalls, proxies, VPN, and load-balancers, and to understand network architecture.
The candidate must have working knowledge of the primary operating systems (Unix, Windows, z/OS, Mac OS), the configuration and management of that platform at an enterprise scale, the security risks to that platform, and how to mitigate those risks.
Experience in testing tools, at least one of Veracode, Fortify, OunceLabs, AppScan, WebInspect, BurpDevelopment

Even though the Security Architect role is not a development role, the candidate must have previous background in programming, design and/or application architecture.

In order to be a practical Security Architect the candidate must have experience implementing complex applications in an enterprise environment:
Working knowledge of programming and scripting languages: Java, JavaScript, C#, C/C++, Perl, Python, Ruby
In-depth knowledge of web technologies such as Web Browsers, Web Servers, Web Services

Other Areas of Expertise Desired:
Frameworks, protocols and subsystems: J2EE, .NET, Spring, RPC, SOAP, MQSeries, JMS, RMI, JMX, Hibernate
Knowledge of JSP /Servlet/EJB or ASP.NET, HTTP/HTTPS, Cookies, AJAX, JavaScript, Flex / Silverlight

Client : Financial